Representatives from several University Council subcommittees also came for this meeting, including the Campus and Community Life Committee, Academic and Related Affairs Committee.
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Krone and Andrews said they aim to distribute “SEPTA Welcome Kits” containing maps of public transit routes around the city and a preloaded SEPTA key to every student who moves on campus at the beginning of the school year.
While Xu and Shah made steps in tackling mental health, other initiatives like reducing the cost of tuition and increasing space for student performing groups were not as successful.
Krone and Andrews ran on the platform of improving mental wellness, transparency, inclusivity, accessibility, and community engagement.
At the first Campus Conversation, President Gutmann and Provost Pritchett sat on the panel, but Monday, Pritchett sat in the first row as an audience member, and Gutmann was not present.
Vice Provost of University Life Valarie Swain Cade-McCoullum announced Rose's retirement to VPUL directors on March 13, writing that 'Pat is a Penn pioneer in an iconic position.'
"Exploring your passion not only benefits your academic work but also helps improve your mental health,” Wharton freshman and member of Passion Projects committee Gabriel Sokoloff said.
The Center for Outreach, Research, and Education — the newest of Penn's neurological, behavioral, and intelligence-based research initiatives — is launching this January.
After multiple attempts to gain funding through different channels, the group was told in November last year that even though they were recognized by SAC, they were not eligible for SAC funding.
The conference sought to address gender inequality in Pennsylvania's elected offices, which recently received a grade of "F" in the Representation 2020 Gender Parity Index.
Halfway into the semester, students in the 'Existential Despair' class are rediscovering a love for reading
“I’m seeing books as friends again and I’m making time for those friends,” Wharton junior Michelle Lyu said.
“Alumni will ask, ‘Oh, where in the Quad do you live?’ It’s been around for so long that everyone knows it’s the place to be," Ware resident and College freshman Zach Zamore said.